Mike Jones

Affiliation
Trinity College Dublin
City
Dublin
Country
Ireland
Profile
Mike Jones is a plant ecophysiologist and is Emeritus Fellow in Trinity College Dublin and a Member of the Royal Irish Academy. His main research interest is in the study of climate-plant interactions and since the 1980’s he has been studying the effects of changing climate, and the direct effects of rising CO2 on a range of ecosystems including agricultural and natural grasslands and tropical wetlands. He has coordinated several EU Framework Programme Projects as well as National EPA and DAFM projects. He is currently subject editor of Global Change Biology (IF 6.9) and GCB-Bioenergy (IF 4.7).
Research Interests
My research interests are in plant ecophysiology. Plant ecophysiology is an experimental science that seeks to describe the physiological mechanisms that underlie ecological observations. My work has focused on plant responses to global atmospheric and climate change as well as establishing the potential for mitigation of atmospheric change through the development of herbaceous energy crops. Since the 1980's I have been studying the effects of changing climate, and the direct effects of rising CO2 on agricultural and natural grasslands. photosynthesis, their adaptation to temperate climates and their potential uses as energy crops.

Publications related to (urban) metabolism by Mike Jones

2 publication(s) found.
Title Author(s) Year
Sustainable urban metabolism as a link between bio-physical sciences and urban planning: The BRIDGE project 2013
A Decision-Support System for Sustainable Urban Metabolism in Europe 2013

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